Laboratory Energy Efficiency in Production Engineering

In the summer semester 2017, the laboratory Energy Efficiency in Production Engineering will be offered by the IWF for the first time focussing on the Battery LabFactory Braunschweig (BLB). The students will take on the role of energy consultants to make the BLB energy transparent and derive energy efficiency measures. The goal is to reduce energy consumption and thus contribute to reducing production costs for battery cells. The students can expect an exciting field of research in a research facility unique in Germany as well as the opportunity to gain first experiences in the field of battery production.

Within the framework of the laboratory, the students are to be sensitized to questions of energy efficiency in battery production. The goal of the laboratory is to learn suitable methods and solutions by their own application. Furthermore, the students will collect and analyze energy demand of the BLB using measurement technology as well as identify, interpret and evaluate efficiency measures. In addition, the laboratory allows the students to intensively examine and apply the content of the lecture Energy Efficiency in Production Engineering in an attractive research framework.

Prerequisite for participation in the laboratory is the enrollment in the lecture Energy Efficiency in Production Engineering, as well as an affinity for the learning of new methodologies and joy in practice-oriented research. The laboratory is divided in four modules, in which students are taught efficiency measures on machine, process chain and factory level. The dates for the modules will be announced during lecture. A group report must be handed in by the students at the end of the laboratory.

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Assistants: Matthias ThomitzekErika Pierri

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